High-Speed Rail Economics, Urbanization and Housing Affordability

Jerry Nickelsburg discusses the impact of the Shinkansen in Japan from 1964 to 2010 under different economic conditions finding high-speed rail has a negative impact on prefecture land prices and population growth, and it increases urbanization. Image courtesy of Jerry Nickelsburg.

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